The oldest house in town was built by the son of an original Rehoboth settler, owner of a sawmill, who was among the wealthiest and best-educated men in the community. Originally a three-bay house with central chimney, it was remodeled at the time of an eighteenth-century extension on the south side to five bays, but with an erratic window arrangement. Twentieth-century shingling covers three sides.
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Philip Walker House
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